Our work is not yet done, there is much more that we can DOO. It is our responsibility, yes..it is a SHITTY job, but someone has got to DOO it. It is our DOOTY. Shit, it's a real thing and everyone does it.  We partnered with WaterAid America along some of the top artists in the world! We created the poop plushies in the celebrities likeness in order to promote the campaign such as Mamrie Hart, Hannah Hart, Hank Green, Grace Helbig, David Hasselhoff, Mindy Kaling and many others.   We also auctioned our the "Cremy Behemoth" that got sold...

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Photography is a passion of Cheri Ong.  She used to work as a graphic designer from one of the best fashion and wedding photographers in Asia. This is where  our character Chef Tako was born.   Little did we know that this passion would lead us to create a custom camera for Lomography to be auctioned for the CBLDF.   PRESS RELEASE: In an effort to raise awareness and funds for the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, Lomography worked with selected artists to bring a one-of-a- kind art to a handful of DIY La Sardina Cameras.   So we unleashed a custom...

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It was not until we got the acceptance letter from San Diego Comic Con in November 2011 to participate in the Small Press area where we had realized that this is more than just a hobby.  This was the first time applying at SDCC for a juried space and from that point on we knew that there was something for us.   We spent the next several months to prepare for this mega show!  This is where we debuted the book "Being Different Is A Good Thing" which continues to get sold out time after time to this day.  Puffridge Dragon...

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So how did we start selling our products?  This brings us back all the way back to the later part of the year in 2011.  We started to make a few shirts and buttons and oh... one-of-a kind original paintings!  Lucky to those who became the first ever supporters! These sets of pictures were one of the earliest times Furry Feline Creatives started vending at events. Notice that there was no plushies on the table as of yet. (pre-plush era) At Tuesday Night Project in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles. The first plush got sold online on Amazon. It was Chef Tako....

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